10. Manchester United sit 2nd in the Premier League table behind leaders Manchester City, but only on goal difference. The current champions are favourites at 1.17 to beat Swansea City at Old Trafford.
9. The Swans have beaten six teams in the top half of the table, as opposed to five victories against teams in the bottom half. Brendan Rodgers’ side are available at 18.00 to snatch all three points on Sunday.
8. Swansea have only won one of their last seven Premier League games, but are unbeaten in their last three. They haven’t won in their last eight visits to Old Trafford, drawing two of those fixtures. The draw is at 7.25.
7. This season’s corresponding fixture saw United earn a 1-0 victory at the Liberty Stadium. A repeat of that 1-0 winning scoreline for Sir Alex Ferguson’s side is available at 8.75.
6. The Reds have scored four goals in each of their last two home games – beating Aston Villa 4-0 and drawing 4-4 against Everton. A 4-0 win for United is available at 9.25, whilst a 4-4 draw can be backed at 275.0.
5. Wayne Rooney has scored 12 goals in his last seven games at Old Trafford, finding the net at least once in every one of those seven matches. The United striker is available at 1.95 not to score this time around.
4. Rooney has scored 13 times in 2012 – the joint most this year alongside Newcastle’s Papiss Cissé. The striker is currently on 198 club career goals, and is available at 4.50 to reach 200 with at least 2 goals.
3. Only Fulham and Stoke have scored fewer goals away from home than Swansea’s 17 this season. However, Hoffenheim loanee Gylfi Sigurdsson has scored in four of City’s last five Premier League wins. The Icelandic midfielder can be tipped at 7.00 to find the net at Old Trafford.
2. Swansea’s Danny Graham is one goal off 100 goals going into his 300th club career appearance. The striker is available at 7.00 to bag a goal against Manchester United.
1. United are yet to win any of the eight Premier League games in which they have conceded the opening goal this season. On the occasions that that they have gone 1-0 down this campaign, the Reds have gone on to draw three and lose five of those fixtures. Swansea are available at 30.00 to win without conceding a goal on Sunday.